Swedish CS:GO Players And Streamers Sell Skins For Charity

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Olofmeister, GeT_RiGhT, F0rest Auction CS:GO Skins for Charity

Swedish CS:GO players come together for a Charity event.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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Swedish CS:GO players and streamers have come together to take part in a charity event by auctioning their skins to raise money for Ronald McDonald House Charity.
All the revenue generated via the sale of these auctioned skins will be donated for the benefit of sick children and their families.
The bidding started on 13th Dec and will be coming to an end later tonight on 16th Dec. So far a total of 139 bids have already been made against the eight listed skins.

Multiple Swedish CS:GO players have come together for a charity event called 'Skins for Charity'. Counter-Strike veterans including Olof "olofmeister" Kajbjer Gustafsson, Christopher "GeT_RiGhT" Alesund, Patrik "f0rest" Lindberg, Adam "friberg" Friberg, and more are selling their favorite CS:GO skins for the benefit of sick children.

Their skins are being auctioned and every penny earned is going to be donated to Ronald McDonald's Child Charity for the treatment of seriously ill children.

The auction is being hosted on Auction Net and the bidding for all the eight CS:GO skins which started on 13th December is currently live, coming to an end later today on 16th December at 22:30 IST.

Swedish CS:GO players auction their CS:GO skins at charity event 'Skins for Charity'

A total of eight Swedish CS:GO players and streamers have come together to auction one of their favorite skins from the game, with all the proceedings earned going towards the Ronald McDonald's Child Charity.

The auction which started on 13th December is just a few hours away from nearing its end later today at 22:30 IST on 16th December. So far a total of 139 bids have already been made against the eight listed skins which are as follows,

AWP | Asiimov - Donated by Olofmeister

This skin was gifted to olofmeister by Jarosław "pashaBiceps" Jarząbkowski following the notorious Olofboost incident, which is why this particular skin is also called the 'Boostmeister'.

So far 31 bids have been made for this skin, currently selling for 683 EUR (INR 59,050).

AWP Asiimov - Donated by Olofmeister

Ursus Knife | Marble Fade - Donated by Mikaela Fragaria

This weapon skin has been donated by a former professional CS:GO player who has competed in various top-tier tournaments. Now retired from competing professionally, she continues to stream on Twitch.

So far 13 bids have been made for this skin, currently selling for 293 EUR (INR 25,332).

AK-47 | Case Hardened - Donated by Niffonen

Niffonen or Jennifer is a popular CS:GO and World of Warcraft streamer on Twitch, where she has close to 27 000 followers.

So far 7 bids have been made for this skin, currently selling for 215 EUR (INR 18,588).

AWP | Oni Taiji - Donated by Jaegarn

Fredrik "Jaegarn" Kempf is a former professional CS:GO player who is currently a talent scout for Young Ninjas, which is the Academy CS:GO team of Ninjas in Pyjamas.

So far 33 bids have been made for this skin, currently selling for 975 EUR (INR 84,296).

AWP Oni Taiji - Donated by Jaegarn

M4A4 | Asiimov - Donated by Friberg

So far 13 bids have been made for this skin, currently selling for 332 EUR (INR 28,704).

Bayonet | Rust coat - Donated by f0rest

So far 13 bids have been made for this skin, currently selling for 293 EUR (INR 25,332).

Bloodhound Gloves | Snakebite - Donated by Nessa

Vanessa "Nessa" Ahlström is an active professional CS:GO player currently playing for GODSENT. Her career started in 2016 and she has been competing ever since.

So far 6 bids have been made for this skin, currently selling for 176 EUR (INR 15,216).

Specialist Gloves | Crimson Web - Donated by GeT_RiGhT

So far 23 bids have been made for this skin, currently selling for 488 EUR (INR 42,191).

All those above the age of 18 are eligible to place a bid on any one of the eight listed CS:GO skins till 22:30 IST. All the revenue generated will be donated to the Ronald McDonald House Charity and their work for families with sick children.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.